Welsh Fire vs Manchester Originals Highlights
Welsh Fire vs Manchester Originals Highlights

Welsh Fire vs Manchester Originals: The 12th league match of the Hundred is set to play between Welsh Fire and Manchester Originals.

Welsh Fire vs Manchester Originals

MatchWelsh Fire vs Manchester Originals – 12th Match
DateSaturday, July 31, 2021
TossWelsh Fire won the toss and opt to bat
Time7:00 PM
VenueSophia Gardens, Cardiff

 

Welsh Fire vs Manchester Originals Squad

Welsh Fire Playing XI

Tom Banton (wk), Joshua Cobb, Ben Duckett (c), Glenn Phillips, Leus du Plooy, James Neesham, Matthew Critchley, Ryan Higgins, Qais Ahmad, Jake Ball, David Payne

Bench: Liam Plunkett, David Lloyd, Ian Cockbain

Manchester Originals Playing XI

Philip Salt, Joe Clarke (wk), Colin Munro, Colin Ackermann, Tom Lammonby, Carlos Brathwaite (c), Calvin Harrison, Tom Hartley, Lockie Ferguson, Steven Finn, Matthew Parkinson

Bench: Fred Klaassen, Jamie Overton, Richard Gleeson, Sam Hain

Also read: The Hundred Points Table – Both Men’s and Women’s

Welsh Fire vs Manchester Originals Highlights

Welsh Fire Batting

Tom Banton and Cobb gets into the crease to lead Welsh Fire while Finn opens the bowling attack.

Tom Hartley bags the first wicket by dismissing Cobb for 2 runs. Tom Hartley again in his 20th delivery dismissed Tom Banton for 15 runs and makes the second wicket.

At the end of the 100 delivery, Welsh Fire scored 150 runs for 6 wickets loss.

Manchester Originals batting

Philip Salt and Joe Clarke gets in to the crease to lead Manchester Originals to chase down the target of 151.

Payne opens the bowling attack. The duo made a massive 94 runs partnership for the first wicket and made a strong basement. With three wickets loss Manchester Originals chased the target while 5 deliveries left.

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Player of the match

Joe Clarke 

I was everywhere after my first few balls. We were always looking to take the aggressive option and it came off for us. I think I had the experience of playing some franchise cricket during the winter.

Being an overseas player there gives you more responsibility and it helps you grow. (On moving from no.3 to opening this summer) I don’t think it has changed the way I do things. I like to play an aggressive brand of cricket.

I think we thought it was going to be a worse wicket than it played. We heard that they felt about being 15-20 short, so that gave us confidence. (Whether he felt like missing out on England’s second-string squad) Not really, I was isolating as I, unfortunately, had COVID19.

It was really nice to see the depth of English cricket doing well and defeating Pakistan. I’m not sure to be honest, just enjoying my cricket and hoping to contribute each time I bat. He (Stokes)has set an example for the entire world to see, hope to see him back soon.